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The Scouting Report
With less than two months remaining in the regular season, the Red Bulls find themselves in a back-and-forth struggle atop the Eastern Conference standings. On August 30, they’ll square off against first-place D.C. United during what is arguably one of the most important matches so far in 2015. The Red Bulls will once again rely on a stifling defense that has allowed a league-low 25 goals this season, in no small part due to stellar play from goalkeeper Luis Robles. One of the top netminders in the MLS for several years, the fourth-year Arizona native has recorded seven shutouts this season, making 54 saves and turning away any ball that tries to present a fake ID.
New York Red Bulls
As one of Major League Soccer’s 10 charter teams, the New York Red Bulls first took to the pitch in 1996 as the New York/New Jersey MetroStars. Despite some ups and downs early on—and despite the rumored “Curse of Caricola,” which was born after defender Nicola Caricola scored an own goal during a game at Giants Stadium—the Metros achieved some international success. In fact, they were the first MLS team to win a trophy outside of North America when they claimed the 2004 La Manga Cup in Spain.
In 2006, Red Bull purchased the club and renamed it, and in 2010, the 25,000-seat Red Bull Arena opened in Harrison. The team hasn’t missed the playoffs and has some of the league’s best talent who have donned a MetroStars or Red Bulls uniform. That list includes the likes of legendary striker Thierry Henry, Mexican national team captain Rafa Marquez, Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips, Gonzalo Veron, and U.S. World Cup hero Tim Howard.